NEWS AGENCY OF NIGERIA Defence/Security Publisher advocates support for Tinubu, Service Chiefs in battle against terrorism

Publisher advocates support for Tinubu, Service Chiefs in battle against terrorism

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As the nation grapples with terrorism in various forms, Mr Victor Bobai, the publisher of Privilege Magazine, has urged Nigerians to support President Bola Tinubu and the Service Chiefs in the battle against the menace.

Bobai told newsmen on Saturday in Abuja that the public support was critical to the efforts to rid the nation of the shackles of insecurity.

“All well-meaning Nigerians must unite in solidarity behind the efforts to combat terrorism and ensure national security.

“The service chiefs are doing so much. Our gallant men in the war theatres are making so much sacrifices. We must fully support them.

“The Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Chris Musa, has promised to put in everything toward winning the battle and freeing the country. He deserves our support,” he said.

Chief of Defence Staff, Gen. Chris Musa

Bobai underscored the importance of collective support and collaboration in the fight against the pressing threat.

“The security challenges facing the country present a huge threat to all facets of our existence as a corporate entity. We should not take this threat lightly.

“It is important for all Nigerians to come together and support the efforts of our service chiefs and President Tinubu toward combating terrorism.

“Unity and cooperation are crucial. We cannot afford a division in our ranks. We cannot afford that luxury.

“We must show our support for the security agencies by providing them with the necessary resources and encouragement to carry out their duties effectively.

“Together, we can overcome this challenge and secure a better future for our nation,” he said.

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Bobai also called on the international community to support Nigeria in its fight against terrorism, emphasising the need for global solidarity in the battle against extremism.

Mr Victor Bobai, the publisher of Privilege Magazine,

“Terrorism is a global issue that requires a collective response. The international community must stand together with Nigeria in this fight.

“We must work together with our allies to address the root causes of extremism and tackle the networks that support terrorist activities.

“By working together, we can create a safer and more secure world for all.”

In a similar vein, the Leader of INRI Evangelical Spiritual Church, Primate Elijah Ayodele, has said that those behind the rising spate of kidnappings and attacks in Kaduna and Sokoto were not Boko Haram or any other terrorist group.

“I believe that those behind the attacks must be a new syndicate bent on destabilising the security situation of Nigeria and scaring children from going to school.

“They want to ruin the government with their attacks. Tinubu should not allow it to continue because I foresee more attacks on schools by kidnappers.”

In a statement by his media aide, Oluwatosin Osho, AyodeIe urged security agencies to intensify the fight against the kidnappers by taking the fight to them.

He urged Nigerians to commit the military into prayers as God was on the side of his people and would bring their enemies under their feet.

“We all must pray and be watchful. We should not allow terrorists to ruin this government.

‘’These terrorists want to scare people from going to school, they want to destroy the future of this country but Tinubu shouldn’t agree. He should cooperate with the security outfits to defeat terrorism.

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‘’Government must act swiftly. The government must wake up and tackle the evil before it spreads everywhere,” he said. (NAN)(www.nannews.ng)

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